Chunky raw teak wood, natural woods, relaxed rustic vibe, with an overall warm vibrant feel is created in this Luxurious Bohemian penthouse.
Ethnic Colours And Textures
This Penthouse´s contemporary, Bohemian style has been designed according to the client´s preference of a Bohemian look. Although it is not Blackshaw´s signature style of interior design that one would be accustomed to, our team merged the styles together and the end result was one of originality and luxury. It is finished with complementary colors of orange and blue and warm natural linen. It has Mediterranean influences and local handcrafted ceramics in glazed terracotta that are sourced from Mijas pueblo. Other colours that have been incorporated into the penthouse is a deep-sea blue hue, and all of these elements work together to create its unique character.
The use of natural materials in fabrics, wallpapers, rugs and furniture is carried throughout the interior of this penthouse. Solid wood, sisal, rattan, natural grasses, bamboo, linens and cottons were utilized. The use of these materials work together along with the patterns used within the interiors to create a balance of vibrant and neutral hues. Furthermore, the use of different wood materials throughout create a visual thread.
Originality and Diversity
A 100-year-old low sideboard in a distressed orange finish and metal drawer handles was added as a TV stand in the living room. The main sideboard and wine display that were added by the kitchen are also made from reclaimed wood with a lighter, more rustic look to them. These distinct furniture pieces add character and soul to the penthouse. They pop against the white walls behind them, creating a beautiful contrast.
"A Relaxed Rustic Vibe & Chunky Raw Teak"
Furthermore, the theme continues outside, with all furniture in solid teak. The dining table features a stunning ‘Live edge’, showcasing the natural beauty of this piece along with the dark teal tableware. Rusty oranges and terracotta tones with small accents of blue can be seen on the terrace too. The dark wood sun loungers that compliment the white and terracotta colour scheme look over the sea to Gibraltar, matching the rest of the furniture in this exterior.